Cave Man

We all must visit the cave of intentional seclusion at the brink of running out of excuses for everyone and for the shadows of anxiety that hunts you of what is to come illusions and flickering shades of reality. We need to recalibrate, yes in the process you will resist the urge to feel but it is necessary to Feel and not Run denial never extinguishes the problems or slay the demons but empowers them. You will run out of Excuses for everyone and you will.be left with one option in your exhaustion Guts or Fear either ways there is an inevitable battle with vicious troops and creatures cropping through the cracks again are you going to Flee or Stay I had rather fight becuase I can no longer trust in chariots but a God who is constantly watching and he teaches my hands to war and my Fingers to fight by him I have scaled through a wall and advanced through a troop and people who i do not know will reckon with the power that propels my life forward while we fight to live for what is to come Cavery is not a loser game it is a warrior’s territory.

Published by Akpederi Raymond

Author of the Spiral of Revelation, My identity graduated from the university of Babcock University with a degree In mass communication. Love covers a multitude of sin. He Embraces the concept and power of creativity and certainly grandiloquent and Loves to write engages in copy writing and Authors books at random . The definition of a perfect relationship is not devoid of wrongs it is the Ease in forgiveness in the moments of friction and cognitive dissonance. By Human standards it is not Love on which the strongest foundations are built but the decency of merciful lies. Current books - My identity, The spiral of Revelation. we must strive towards growth and improvement irrespective of the tempting excuses that presents themselves at the fore of our consciousness.

7 thoughts on “Cave Man

  1. I’m confused. It was my impression that warriors were comfortable enough in their intensities to be gentle, and that’s why they stayed warriors unaffected by the Fates of ‘come what may,’ and simply always continued engaging fully… or not. Please clarify, Akpederi.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by, Sound thought, Warriors are no doubt comfortable in their intensities but at certain times with different factors resolutions and intensities atteuntuates. No matter how angry a warrior is sometimes as soon as the venting and expressing begins the mind continues to settle, looking further at the reality of a warrior and their abilities to resist and fight on irrespective of the confrontations, but people often believe that “superman” cannot be tired, a warrior can be tired doesn’t make him less strong it just means they are at peace at that time (peace with the little victory in execution) and the concept of a cave is the moment of calm before chaos re-emerges the cave moment is the period where a warrior recalibrate and intensifies their focus on their initial goal. Running out of excuses for everyone on reasons why you cannot contain the pain and let it slide but the anger must be appeased and to be a warrior you must have gone past given yourself excuses on reasons to give up.or fear what is to come …. Thank you again for Reading I hope this indedd sheds more light.

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    1. Yes, though as a warrior myself, I never fight out of anger. That which angers you, controls you. So, if you fight from anger, you’ve lost before you even started.

      Foe me it is Morihei Ueshiba’s words: “As soon as you concern yourself with the ‘good’ or ‘bad’ of your fellows, you create an opening in your heart for maliciousness to enter. Testing, competing with, and criticizing others weakens and defeats you.”

      To which I add, focusing on the good and bad are both negative. Focus on the good, and you engage favoritism which shuns the bad with shaming behaviors. I say, suffer self or other no good or bad. Dance only with consequences.This is the heart of giving your merit credit. And, if you don’t credit your value and keep your value as a debt, I say you have not much business n=being on the battlefield unless your priority is to be for target practice.

      I hope this sheds more light on the intent of my words.

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      1. Good perspective on the caution in regards to using the Emotion called anger On a lighter note true.. but we have positive anger .. anger in itself is not bad it is the outcome that really defines it into dimensions, I will simply put it this way ; orchestrators of change and Martin Luther king , Mandela and other prominent activists through time had to be angry at the current state of things which gave them a purpose, that which you feel strongly angry about about the world can be that situation you are destined to change. Anger not in all instances control you if you don’t let it .. just like people turn pain to power, Anger can be transformed into the fuel to achieve change and power up a vision . 🙂

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      2. Everyone can be angry at a situation but it takes one who is much more Angry to change it to lead the change and that anger gives the reckless abandon to face the consequences of being bold the audacity to fight for something bigger than themselves. The majority can be wrong there voices to be reckoned with Nonetheless.

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